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For all of those who have heard of Dasha Li bin’strainingclasses and herworkoutswill know that this DVD is serious. Dasha is famous for leaving her class more exhausted than they have ever been before but buzzing from the workout, she has managed to translate this effect over into DVD form.
The biggest reason to choose this DVD collection is the sheer amount of workout routines that are included using your kettle bell. At the end of each of the four sessions you will be drenched in sweat and know exactly why this is the number one kettle bell workout DVD.
For all of those Jillian Michael's fans, you will certainly have heard the fitness trainer praising the use of kettle bells in her workouts. For beginners, and even for more intermediate kettle bell users, the instructional section of Shred-It With Weights is extremely useful.
It will give you great tips on positioning, holding the kettle bell correctly as well as having full control. There is large difference between the two in terms of difficulty, which means Shred-It With Weights will be a favorite of both beginners and moreadvancedkettle bell users.
The first two DVDs in this four part set are instructional and this is where you will find the talents of Sarah Lure are particularly helpful. This trainer knows exactly the kind of information that both beginners and more experienced kettle bell users need.
The third DVD is a Boot Camp styled challenging workout that will add an edge to your work out. For the final challenge there are twoworkoutson the fourth disc, Iron Core Warrior I and II.
Use this routine to build strength and burn fat now, and develop the requisite stability and mobility to graduate to more advancedexercisesat a later date. When you’ve completed the entire circuit, rest 1–2 minutes, and then repeat for 3 total rounds.
Take a deep breath into your belly and twist your feet into the ground (imagine screwing them down without actually moving them) and squat, keeping your torso upright. Place the kettle bell on the floor and take a staggered stance with your right foot in front.
Rest your right elbow on your right thigh for support and reach for the kettle bell with your left hand. Stand tall holding the kettle bell in one hand at shoulder level.
Note that your chin should be pulled back so that weight has no trouble clearing it. TIP: “Don’t get fixated on achieving a full overhead lockout right away,” says John Wolf, Innit’s Chief Fitness Officer.
“Just going to where your elbow is bent 90degreesand holding it isometrically is a ton of work for most people.” If you need to arch your back, causing your ribs to flare in order to lock out your arm overhead, you’re nottrainingthe shoulder effectively. Stand with feet between hip and shoulder-width apart and hold the kettle bell by its horns, pulling the bottom of the bell into your lower sternum.
Draw your shoulder blades together and down (“proud chest”) and cast your eyes on a spot on the floor approximately 15 feet in front of you. When you feel a stretch in your hamstrings, extend your hips and squeeze your glutes, tucking your tailbone under as you lock out.
Set up as you did for the shoulder halo but hold the kettle bell by the handle at arm’s length and make circles around your hips. Amy and Rays take us through a 20-minute kettle bell workout routine for all levels of ability.
Amy demonstrates modified versions of each workout so even beginners with no experience using kettle bells can follow along! This workout consists of the squats, Russian twists, push-presses, bent-over rows, forward lunges, dead lifts, sit-up to press-ups, triceps presses, kneeling halos, and kettle bell swings.
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If you’re looking to burn fat while improving your strength and mobility, try these five kettle bell moves for beginners from Rayburn trainer Cody Story. Our 24 trainer-led, exercise videos focus on foundational kettle bell techniques and best practices for both new andadvancedusers.
In Volume 2, you first reinforce techniques from the original DVD and then learn advancedexercisesthat will further accelerate your results! Eliminates the guesswork from your kettle bell routine as Lisa'strainingmethod combinesexerciseswhich benefit you the most and not waste your time.
This DVD will teach you how to use this tool in your own home for less than the price of a single personaltrainingsession! A 30-minute tutorialchaptershows you how to perform all the moves in theworkoutssafely.
Then, there are three follow-alongworkoutsthat are fast and fun: the focus is on sculpting a sleek physique and targeting all the trouble spots. Tone your glutes, hips, and thighs; sculpt your chest, back, and arms while strengthening and tightening your abdominal.
Instructor Lisa Ba lash, owner of Elite Physiques Kettle bell /Pilatestrainingstudio, has trained 3-time Mr. Olympia champion Jay Cutler (who also makes a guest appearance in this DVD) as well as countless individuals who are new toworkingout or just trying to get back in shape. Video fitness favorite Amy Bento performs a new workout using a kettle bell that provides anadvanceddynamic blend of cardiovascular, strength, power endurance and flexibilitytrainingto all the muscles of your body.
This is anadvancedkettle belltrainingworkout so prior kettle belltrainingexperience is required and there will be a short preview section of some moves performed in the workout to give you better understanding of form and technique. This DVD contains three segments; a tutorial component designed to show you the complete breakdown of the basic kettle bell moves, including close-ups and descriptions; next, the beginner workout starts off with a quick warm-up and then continues with a complete start-to-finish workout that puts together all the moves covered in the instructional segment; then Amy serves up an intermediate-level workout that combines several cardioexerciseswith the kettle bell moves, keeping your heart rate pumping while you burn calories and gain strength.
This DVD contains three segments; a tutorial component designed to show you the complete breakdown of the basic kettle bell moves, including close-ups and descriptions; next, the beginner workout starts off with a quick warm-up and then continues with a complete start-to-finish workout that puts together all the moves covered in the instructional segment; then Amy serves up an intermediate-level workout that combines several cardioexerciseswith the kettle bell moves, keeping your heart rate pumping while you burn calories and gain strength. A thorough stretching routine concludes each segment, rounding out the program and giving you a complete full body workout.
This uniquely designed workout tool is curved, sleek and fits easily in your hand for smooth 360 degree full body-slimming movements. The Kettlenetics Bell has an offset, sure-grip handle to better maneuver through Michelle's innovative Formation movement patterns.
In weight, it's light enough to swing without undue stress, yet heavy enough to provide body-shaping resistance. In just 20 minutes, you’ll master Michelle’s seven signature Bell moves for total body conditioning and learn correct form to protect against injury.
The continuous motion, swinging progressions and movementpatternsare so fun, they don’t even feel like exercise! Michelle’s expert coaching guides you through new Bell moves that supercharge your metabolism, combining cardio and resistancetrainingfor serious toning and weight loss.
Advanced Russian Kettle bell gives youtrainingsequences that build muscular and cardiovascular endurance, develop reflexive strength, and condition your body. Within the four workout segments, as well as the burnout portion, you’ll see Phil demonstrate moves such as the Kettle bell Swing, Figure 8, Low-, Mid-, and Hi-Halos, Hand-to-Hand Swing, Kettle bell push-ups, Cross Renegade Rows, Renegade Side Lunges, and much more.